Principles for community empowerment

Community empowerment is relevant to all parts of the public sector and is an area of increasing importance given developing legislation and policies. 

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We Asked, You Said, We Did

We Asked

We were required to review our previous corporate plan, with a view to developing a new corporate plan for the next three years, to set out its vision, objectives and priorities. We asked to hear your views on this and, in particular, on two specific questions in relation to the draft plan. We asked if the draft corporate plan captured the key priorities for the Care Inspectorate and if there was anything else that stakeholders wished to see in the plan.

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Fostering and Adoption 2018–19 a statistical bulletin

Fostering and adoption services in Scotland are continuing to perform well, the Care Inspectorate has said.

A report published today shows that 90% of Fostering services and 95% of adoption services were evaluated ‘good’ or better by inspectors.

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Barnahus standards

We were asked by the Scottish Government to work in partnership with Healthcare Improvement Scotland to develop standards to introduce the Barnahus concept to Scotland as part of our commitment to improving how the justice system serves children, young people and their families.

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New cohort of online course in Compassionate Care

The University of Dundee and Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre have arranged a free online course on Compassionate Care.

Compassion in health and social care has been brought to the fore in recent years by high-profile public inquiries and has become a priority for care-providing organisations around the world.

This course will give you the practical tools and insights that you can use to enhance compassionate health and social care. If you, or your team, would like to enrol in this exciting 3 week course launching in September 2019, please follow the link here.

See the attached flyer for more information.

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